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Shutter (2004) ReviewAllow me a moment to dust off my Film Reviewer hat and get comfortable. It's been a while, hasn't it?Shutter (2004) Review by neomerlin
So way back when I reviewed the film '[REC]' I made some comments to the effect of “This film reminded me what it's like to be scared.” By this, I meant scared. I meant edge-of-the-seat terrified. Not just creeped out or uncomfortable, actual heart beating tension. It's a feeling I crave like a junkie. Not everyone felt that way about '[REC]', of course, because film is subjective – as we're soon to see demonstrated.
In search of some new thrills, I started looking around for lists of “all time scariest films” and the like. Time and time again, google pointed me towards a 2004 film named 'Shutter'. Well, far be it from me to pass up something that is supposedly the scariest film of all time. 'Shutter' it is.
'Shutter' is a 2004, Thai horror film by directors Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom and starring Ananda Everingham, Natthaweeranuch Thongme
BishopsThe weight of the gun against Bishop's chest did nothing to reassure him. The horn of the car behind him snapped him to attention and he hit the accelerator. The first drops of rain splattered on his windscreen. He didn't notice until he couldn't see the road, then he flicked on the wipers. Murder was a problematic business at the best of times and this one, more than any others, weighed on his mind. Bishop hated murder but he also hated paying tax, voting and changing his bed sheets. Sometimes you've got to bite the bullet and do the stuff you hate.Bishops by neomerlin
Bishop turned off the highway and drove straight until the neon lights disappeared from his rear vision mirrors and the party crowds dried up. The older the tenement buildings looked and the greasier the take-away smelled the closer he knew he was getting. He couldn't remember the last time he'd come through China Town and he was pretty sure he'd never seen those rubbish strewn, back roads. He took the first free spot he could fit his car